20 year old Andrew Harvey, of Corrigan lost control of this 2002 Ford F-150 when he swerved to avoid a deer.
Driver Rolls Pickup Multiple Times, LIVINGSTON, November 13, 2015 - At approximately 3 am on November 13, 2015, a white 2002 Ford F-150 driven by Andrew Harvey, 20, of Corrigan, was north-bound on FM-350 North around Horace Bonds Road. According to Harvey, he swerved to avoid a deer. His pickup left the pavement to the right and rolled multiple times, re-entered the pavement and came to rest on its passenger's side facing south. Harvey's passenger, Jacob Courtney, 21, of Corrigan, was ejected during the rollover. Courtney was thrown to the pavement an suffered a serious leg injury and what appeared to be a minor head injury. Americare Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene along with Corporal Adam Norris and Deputy Victor White with the Polk County Sheriff's Office, and Trooper Ashlee McBride with the Texas Highway Patrol. Courtney was transported by ambulance to CHI Lufkin Memorial Hospital. Harvey was physically okay. Traffic on FM-350 was partially blocked during investigation and cleanup. According to Trooper McBride, the accident remains under investigation. A rollback wrecker from Riley Wrecker Service out of Corrigan recovered Harvey's pickup.
WARNING: The images below show scenes from a violent rollover accident. Blood is visible in a couple of pictures. If this offends you in any way, DO NOT scroll down this page.
Corporal Adam Norris with the Polk County Sheriff's Office assisted in investigation.
Trooper Ashlee McBride speaks with the driver, Russell Harvey.
Harvey's passenger, 21 year old Jacob Courtney, suffered a leg injury during the pickup rollover.
Harvey was checked out by EMS personnel, but was physically okay.
Harvey's pickup was turned upright and recovered by Riley Wrecker Service out of Corrigan.
Deputy victor white peers into the totaled pickup.
Harvey's pickup will be stored in Corrigan.
Mixi and Heidi were on duty for PolkCountyToday.com.
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